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Dropkick Murphys kick off summer tour at UFC 189's International Fight Week in Las Vegas

34 minutes agoMartial Arts / MMA & UFC : MMAmania

Las Vegas, Nevada will have a heavy Irish presence come July when Conor McGregor takes on Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion, Jose Aldo, in the main event of UFC 189 on July 11, 2015. Because if history has shown...Show More Summary

Ronda Rousey in Rolling Stone: Man-less 'Rowdy' is a p---y, not a lesbian

"Not that there's anything wrong with that." Ronda Rousey is one of the busiest athletes in sports today. Aside from ruling the Octagon thanks to the hours, weeks, and months of training she does prior to a fight, she has movie commitments,...Show More Summary

Knockout of the Day: Denmark Fighter Anna Elmose Tops Off a Violent Shellacking With a Curtsy

(Props: MiddleEasy via Uproxx) The victory celebration is as important and iconic a moment in mixed martial arts as it is in any other sport -- just think of or Tito Ortiz's gravedigger routine or Chuck Liddell's iconic open-arm-run-around-the-ring-screaming thingy. Show More Summary

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Sees Some of Himself in Conor McGregor

You can count professional wrester-turned-A-list actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson among fans of the UFC's breakout featherweight star, Conor McGregor. Speaking with Ireland's Entertainment.ie during his media rounds for the film San Andreas, Johnson said he saw a bit of himself in the trash-talking striker. "I love that guy," he said. Show More Summary

Bethe Correia Makes Suicide Joke About Ronda Rousey, Ironically Signing Her Own Death Warrant in the Process

(via Fox Sports.) When women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey was just eight years old, she lost her father, Ron, to suicide. Ron had been diagnosed with a rare blood disorder sometime earlier, and was given the grim prospect of spending what few remaining years he had left paralyzed and in constant need of assistance. Show More Summary

BJJ's New Frontier: Grapplers with Disabilities

Photos courtesy of Grappler's Heart It happened on the last weekend of April 2015—what could very well be the next iteration in the growth of Brazilian jiu jitsu. Called the Grappler's Heart Tournament, it was North America's first tournament...Show More Summary

TIL That Chris Weidman Almost Sht Himself Before His UFC 187 Title Fight

("No, Floyd, I said shitter, not hit her. What were we even talking about, again?" via Weidman's instagram) If you've ever heard the story about how Chris Weidman wooed his wife, chances are that you took two things away from it: The...Show More Summary

Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor Reimagined Street Fighter II-Style by Brazilian TV

The UFC 189 megafight between Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor on July 11 moves ever closer and a Brazilian TV network has come up with a cool way to promote the fight. They have reimagined Aldo beating a few fictional fighters Street Fighter...Show More Summary

UFC 187 Aftermath: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same

(Jeez, Cormier can barely hold his belt before every dude-bro in the club tries to get a piece of him. Photo via Getty.) It's damn near impossible to look back at the flat-out fantastic card that was UFC 187 without first examining the bizarre series of events that shaped it. Show More Summary

Chris Weidman vs. Luke Rockhold Should Be Next, and Anything Else Is Dumb

After Chris Weidman ’s smashing defeat of Vitor Belfort on Saturday night, only one fight makes sense. Luke Rockhold, the former Strikeforce middleweight champion, is in the middle of a four-fight winning streak. After losing to Belfort...Show More Summary

Luke Rockhold on Title Shot: 'I Don't Know What the Hell They're Doing'

Luke Rockhold is feeling a bit uneasy with the UFC idling on the vacant No. 1 contender's spot in the middleweight division. The former Strikeforce champion seemingly convinced the world he was next in line after destroying former UFC light heavyweight champ Lyoto Machida in April. Show More Summary

Anthony Johnson: Old Habits Die Hard

Anthony “Rumble” Johnson has long been considered a flash in the pan. He’s a destroyer and virtually unstoppable when he’s the hammer. But when adversity rears its ugly head, the oft-praised destroyer willingly accepts being the nail. Bloodied...Show More Summary

UFC Champ Chris Weidman Poses with Less-Than-Happy Floyd Mayweather

Chris Weidman had quite the weekend, but his fun didn't end on fight night. The UFC middleweight champ took to social media Sunday night to post photos of a chance encounter he had with boxing great Floyd Mayweather Jr. Via Weidman 's...Show More Summary

UFC 187: Ultimate Opportunist Ryan Bader Steals the Show

The ancient assumption that nice guys finish last is tired and worn out. Boring guys finish last. Non-intuitive guys finish last. Ryan Bader was tired of being overlooked. So he changed things up. He became more exciting and intuitive. He...Show More Summary

UFC 187: Jon Jones Emerges as Biggest Winner Following Cormier vs. Johnson

On the surface, there's no reason for you to agree with the premise of this article. It's out there—borderline crazy, even. In a sport like MMA, however, sometimes we gotta get a little crazy. Fallen light heavyweight king Jon "Bones" Jones emerged from Saturday's UFC 187 main event action as the night's biggest winner. Show More Summary

Luke Rockhold: Vitor Belfort Deserved to Get Beat Up, He's a 'Joke'

As Vitor Belfort lie beneath Chris Weidman, beaten and battered from unanswered punches and elbows, Luke Rockhold sat cageside, enjoying every second of it. Every ounce of respect for the 38-year-old MMA legend is gone for Rockhold,Show More Summary

Trading Shots: Is Vitor Belfort's loss a fitting end to MMA's TRT era?

In this week’s Trading Shots, Danny Downes and Ben Fowlkes look at Vitor Belfort’s los in his first post-TRT fight at UFC 187 and wonder whether it’s the fitting end to a problematic legacy.Filed under: News, UFC

Dana White: Andrei Arlovski knocked out Travis Browne with blown calf, was nearly pulled from UFC 187 PPV

As if "The Pitbull's" performance wasn't impressive enough! One of the great things about mixed martial arts (MMA) is the wide variety of fights you can expect to see inside the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Octagon. Sometimes...Show More Summary

Johnson vs. Cormier Results: Winner and Storylines to Watch After UFC 187

For now, Daniel Cormier can lay claim to being the baddest 205-pound man on the planet. The 36-year-old put the light heavyweight championship belt around his waist in the main event at UFC 187 on Saturday, taking the throne left vacant by former champion Jon Jones. Anthony "Rumble" Johnson certainly did his best to take the title for himself. Show More Summary

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